Tuesday, May 22, 2007

I'm Not an Expert About Anything But Me

As I have relayed earlier, my goal for this blog is to answer reader questions from my quarterly column, Computer Corner, found in Paraplegia News (PN). The column and this blog focus on the intersection of technology and people living with mobility impairments.

I'm not an expert about anything but me; that is, I acknowledge my limitations to offer "expert advice" derived independently. In these entries, I'll convey my though process and methods for researching answers to questions and solutions to problems; in teacher's lingo we called it "think talk." Read my entry of 5/20/07 to learn more about my intentions of this blog.

In an effort to present you opinions other than mine, I created myself an account in Bloglines and today orienting myself to the FREE service, I ran across an article in PC World that presents their pick for "The 100 Best Products of 2007."
[Their] editors rank the best PCs, HDTVs, components, sites, and services. Plus: the products we're looking forward to next year, and which technologies are rising and falling.

Edited by Eric Dahl, PC World
Monday, May 21, 2007 1:00 AM PDT
Google Apps makes the top of their list. Enjoy!

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